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, a guy like chuck hagel, the president has trids to have a significant republican at a top position in his cabinet, before bob gates in the pentagon for the better part of the first term. i think he wants to do that again. his instinct towards not necessarily to hagel, although i think he is under consideration for one of the jobs, but it's a good time for the reboot and i think we're going to see that happen. >> it's a complicated reboot, right? we knew that clinton was leaving, geithner wants to go, we heard panetta, those were gives. as tom friedman says -- the whole middle east erupts in one giant sound and light show of civil wars, states collapsing and refugee dislocations as the keystone of the region syria gets pulled under and the disorder across the neighborhood and you were worried about the fiscal cliff. >> governor? >> i think john is right about the personnel changes. this is the time. every administration goes through it. if you're re-elected you're going to have this turnover and this is the best time for it. we didn't want it before the election. john is right you d
. your fantasy choice is samantha powers christine yourself is chuck hagel and mine is james cunningham. why do you pick power? >> if we're doing a fantasy draft, you want somebody that goes hard to the left. we've had enough who go to the right. basically, samantha power has strong credibility international credibility against genocide, women's rights and middle eastern issues. that's something the administration needs sorely. we've seen a lot of stuff going on in the middle east, especially surrounding the role of women and how women can be developed. she's a very strong anti genocide advocate. that's something a lot of actors in hollywood ben affleck and george clooney have spoken out about but we have not seen a lot of action out of the obama administration. she can bring that to the fore, and get some stuff done. >> i don't know how he's a champion citing ben affleck. [ laughter ] >> minus three points, exactly. talk to me about chuck hagel. >> first we have to start with susan rice. if she can handle the united nations, maybe she can handle the united states states senate. she doe
of honor winner. >> is endorsement of the chuck hagel and alan simpson, serious republican leaders during the day and the senate. >> close in the poll. connecticut -- linda mcmahon's second race, millions of dollars doesn't do it. joe donnelly in indiana and not against mourdock -- hanging on against mourdock, the tea party candidate. jon tester in an absolute dead heat -- >> heidekamp, the long shot parcourse in north dakota, a perfect candidate, basically even with the republic -- terrific candidate, basically even with the republican candidate. mccaskill is close, i think. >> to use t -- do you see much ticket splitting? a vote for obama or romney and then republican or democrat? >> i think we are in more plus n -- allies nation. >> ticket splitting would be helpful to romney, if the democrats held the senate, because romney could say to the crazies and his party that i have to make a deal with the democrats. >> back at bain? >> i am saying if elected, it might not be a tragedy -- >> republicans on not only going to keep tabs, probably going to keep most of their majority. the democrat
, chuck hagel, is also being vetted for a job >>> and also in washington tonight, the gop is dealing with the issue of optics and diversity in politics, getting a lot of coverage of the congressional committee chair selected thus far for the next congress. they are all white males, the leadership points out they were all selected for a reason, including seniority. the democrats point out on their side, white men are the minority among house democratic members, and now what has become a giant sector of the economy all by itself. the powerball drawing, the jackpot is now $550 million and counting. ticket sales are brisk. many are in the game and hoping. nbc's stephanie gosk has more. >> reporter: good evening, brian, well, earlier this year, powerball doubled the price of tickets from one to two dollars, that drove up the numbers, and more people play. early in the state of new york, 1.5 million tickets were being sold an hour. >> the winning ticket. >> reporter: money does not buy you happiness, but it can buy a whole bunch of other stuff. so people are lined up all over the country f
of chuck hagel and alan simpson, both serious republican leaders in their day in the senate. >> it is close in the poll. chris murphy wins in connecticut. linda mcmahon's second race, millions of dollars. joe donnelly in indiana and not against mourdock. -- hanging on against mourdock. jon tester in montana absolute dead heat. heidekamp in north dakota, r an a tour of the campaign, even with the republican -- think.ill is close, i >> do you see much ticket splitting? a vote for obama or romney and then vote for republican or democrat for the senate? >> i think we are a more polarized nation. >> ticket splitting would be good because there is an interesting theory that it would be helpful to romney if the democrats kept control of the senate by a vote or two because it would allow romney to tell the crazies in his own party that i have to make a deal with the democrats. >> well -- >> back at bain? >> i'm saying, if elected, it might not be a tragedy. >> the republicans are not only going to keep the house, and they all will keep most of their majority. this is one place where redistricting a
for the secretary of state job, a new report suggest that's former republican senator chuck hagel is also vetted by the white house for a potential security post. >>> overseas, egyptian president mohamed morsi is expected to call for unity while addressing his nation today. tension still very high after he issued an edict that will give him sweeping power above the reach of judicial review until a new constitution is adopted. they're rushing to finish a new draft of the constitution that could see a vote as early as today. but with protesters continuing to clash with riot police, a rushed constitution by the islamist dominated assembly may make matters worse. >>> well now to business. according to the latest report from the federal reserve, the u.s. economy grew at a "measured pa pace" over the past two months with rises in hiring and consumer spending. let's go live to london. steve, what's the latest? >>> yeah, there is a lot of interesting stories in the mix at the moment. the big story is still and will remain the fiscal cliff. every time a policymaker on capitol hill or in the white house m
to her democratic opponent, former senator bob kerrey. kerrey also got a boost from senator chuck hagel, a republican. meanwhile, republicans who had rejected todd akin in missouri after his comments about legitimate rape are now having second thoughts. national republicans won't say whether they're injected funds into missouri, but suddenly akin received more than $2 million in the final days of the campaign. but the extremism is taking its toll on other high profile races in the house. joe walsh in illinois seems to be toast. polls are tightening for steve king in iowa. things are not looking real good for congressman alan west in florida. his republican opponent in the primary just endorsed the democrat in the race. michele bachmann is locked in a tight race against democratic challenger jim graves. the right wing's war on women came up in the last debate. bachmann was asked about richard mourdock's remarks. bachmann wouldn't tell voters where she stood, dodging questions about abortion, access for rape victims. >> you heard what richard mourdock said and you know that has been contr
some of husband own adversary sears. >> and gates, a republican, he kept as defense. maybe chuck hagel will come in as defense. theodore roosevelt came up a lot. and t.r. is for president obama very important, because theodore roosevelt stood up for universal health care. he was able to go after corruption in wall street and, you know, become a trust buster. you see the power that an executive has. just a few weeks ago in california he saved cesar chavez' home. executive order did that. a lot of latino newspapers celebrated it quite a bit. there are many things you can learn from past presidents, how to use executive power. >> what was his demeanor like? what was the kinds of things he was questioning you all about? >> you're listening to having somebody like bob karo there, you get to recognize for all the great society accomplishments that linden had. he also had about 67 senators to rubber-stamp a lot of legislation. this president had to grapple with obama care, affordable care act around 60. ronald reagan interested him a lot, particularly that reagan could do business with people
in republicans, people like chuck hagel, colin powell potentially in some of these positions and folks from the business industry, people like president of the xm bank and even michael bloomberg. the real thing i think we want to look for is will the president signal different directions by trying to bring in some republicans and people from the business community as well. >> there have been peripheral discussions whether mitt romney would be among those. is that realistic when the president says he is entertaining the opportunity to talk with mitt romney, might it have been about a cabinet position or is that just, you know, making good with some people in the business community, including that of mitt romney, julian? >> well, the president's favorite of all time was abraham lincoln and abraham lincoln tried to bring in many of his adversaries after the election. when the country was very divided. >> as with hillary clinton. democrats won five out of the last six elections, if you look at the popular vote, we are still a divided country and i think it makes a lot of sense for the president
. >> nbc news reporting that chuck hagel is being vetted for a possible post. great to have you with us. thank you. lots more coming up in the next half hour of "the ed show." let's stay with us. >>> all of the sudden, we are the bell of the ball. we're here to say, it is time to start the dance. >> latino voters helped put president obama over the top. now, the hispanic caucus says, they want action. >>> congressman luis gutierrez joins me next. a night at the movies for the gop with the screening of "lincoln." can a look at the greatest republican of all time help them learn a lesson? >>> tomorrow, mr. 47% is taking a free lunch from the president. here is a tip. don't insult the president. >> they came from the local 7/11. >> bob will preview the meeting ahead. if we want to improve our schools... ... what should we invest in? maybe new buildings? what about updated equipment? they can help, but recent research shows... ... nothing transforms schools like investing in advanced teacher education. let's build a strong foundation. let's invest in our teachers so they can inspire our stu
petraeus, is already gone. lee on pan non panetta may stay. he may be replaced by john kerry or chuck hagel or top pentagon official, ashton carter or michelle flouryon. the special envoy to afghanistan and pakistan, mark grossman, the man that took over after richard holbrooke died. he too is stepping down from that onvy to afghanistan and pakistan. hillary clinton may be replaced by susan rice or somebody else. hillary clinton says she, herself, will not be staying on for the second term. so if you just want to focus on the war for a second, it is all change in terms of the leadership for the top officials in year 12 of america's longest war. all change for everybody in top roles there except for the president and the vice president and the 66,000 americans who are still in afghanistan fighting that war. america's war in afghanistan is not due to end this year or next year. it is not due to end until the end of the year after that, at the end of 2014. that's the date by which president obama says the u.s. combat mission in afghanistan will end. it seems important to note that that is the
jon huntsman, chuck hagel and colin powell. . where would you put the percentages of likelihood on that? >> this is a place where you really need to have a very good relationship developed. this is a role where the secretary of state really speaks for the president when she or he is meet iing with world leaders and really has to represent the united states. there can't be any daylight between the state department and the white house. so i think the idea of putting someone who is bipartisan is one thing, but has to know where the president is. so i expect him to go with a democrat or someone who has served in his administration. >> ray lahood is indicated he doesn't plan to stick around. not usually a high position, but the president keeps talking about infrastructure. he's made this a major push for practical as well as economic reasons. possible contenders for that position? los angeles mayor, ed rendell, congressman steve latuorette of ohio. what's important in that decision? >> you mentioned infrastructure. that's a critical part of this job. which is really selling the infra
of these issues should get in the way of the president picking the best secretary of state. chuck hagel is said to be under consideration for defense. at the treasury department jack lew, our friend, is the favorite to pick tim geithner we hear. and they will be right back. change engineering in dubai, aluminum production in south africa, and the aerospace industry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> with might be retiring that particular logo now because it may well be that the dirty money didn't get anywhere this election. back to "hardball" for some good news for people who don't like too much money in politics. outside of mitt romney, karl rove might have been the biggest loser this election day. two days ago the political wiss ard spent the night on fox news denying
in the way of the president picking the best secretary of state. chuck hagel is said to be under consideration for defense. at the treasury department jack lew, our friend, is the favorite to replace tim geithner we hear. and we will be right back. >>> we might be retiring that particular logo now because it may well be that the dirty money didn't get anywhere this election. back to "hardball" for some good news for people who don't like too much money in politics. outside of mitt romney, karl rove might have been the biggest loser this election day. two days ago the political wizard spent the night on fox news denying reality as the returns came in on ohio and he couldn't believe them. wouldn't believe them. he also had a surprising lack of success when it came to the spending by his big super pac crossroads. rove convinced a handful of billionaires and millionaires to waste, it turns out, a lot of money to help according to a study by the sunlight foundation, american crossroads spent millions not only on the presidential race and mitt romney but senate races. look at his track
i saw chuck hagel, former senator chuck hagel saying nice things about bob kerrey who was rerunning in nebraska, i thought to myself,huh, wouldn't that be an interesting choice for the president to make? someone who was a longtime member of the foreign relations committee and who is very smart and diplomatic which, obviously, you have to be for that job. anyway, that's just me speculating, but for what it's worth. >> shout it out. otherwise we'll go to lunch. [laughter] >> with people might be hungry. >> i have a question. i continue to be dumbfounded that senator mcconnell made that statement about his number one priority being to deny obama a second term. not that he would think that, but that he would say it. because with, you know, i guess sort of two questions. why do you think it didn't get even more play by the dems, and secondly, on the hill among the republicans were there people saying why in the world did you say that? it just seems like such an unsmart political thing to say, to me. >> it was a moment where even i was sort of like i can't believe he said that, too, but a
. you saw chuck hagel endorse him. that could be one that comes out of nowhere. guest: pennsylvania will be a surprise on the republican side. i do not expect the presidential race to go in romney's direction. in the senate race, i can see the republican easily win. host: from south carolina on the democrats' line. caller: hi. i am concerned about the experimental software that has been loaded and half of the counties in ohio. i worked as a systems analyst. it would be so easy to have something that would go in and slip votes to where they wanted it to be and you raise any evidence of having been there. i feel 100% that obama would win in a fair election, i am concerns about whether there will be a fair election. host: thank you for the call. every two or four years, we get these calls. what is the process? how are votes tabulated and how are they check and cross checked? guest: from everything i have seen, the civil servants in these states take their jobs seriously. they have a whole bunch of double checks to make sure things like this do not happen. there has been an effort, most
senator chuck hagel say nice things about bob kerrey who was re-running in nebraska, i thought, what in it be an interesting choice for the president to make? someone who was a longtime member of the foreign relations committee and who is very smart and diplomatic, which obviously have to be for the job. that is just me speculating. but for what it is worth. >> i have a question. i continue to be just dumbfounded that senator mcconnell made the statement about his number one priority to be to deny obama a second term. not that he would think that, but he would say it. two questions -- why do you think it did not get even more play by the dems, and secondly, on the hill, among the republicans, were there people saying why in the world did you say that? it seemed like such an unsmart thing to say to me. >> that was a moment when even i was like, i can't believe he said it, too. but as i recall -- and please correct me -- i am pretty sure he said its suit the conservative crowd, either at the heritage foundation or isn't like that and he may have felt -- obviously it was public and not
with republican senator chuck hagel from nebraska. how frustrating has it been for him over these past four years, that there's been very little bipartisan cooperation on capitol hill? >> it's been frustrating for a lot of democrats, for my father and others. not only did he work with chuck hagel who's a close friend but with jesse helms of north carolina, who's one of the most conservative senators of his generation. and they got things done like the chemical test treaty. he worked with the judiciary committee to pass the crime bill. this is a congress that has -- >> why couldn't they do that over the past four years -- recreate that kind of cooperation? >> because you had 83 or 89 tea party republicans who went to the united states congress saying that not only would they not compromise but they wouldn't talk to democrats. my way or the highway. strom thurman who ran in 1948 never took that tact in the '80s and '90s and through the latter half of his career. jesse helms who went to the united states senate the same year my father did, very different fundamental philosophies. they knew to do the
chuck hagel, given the president now wanting to go back to seeming b bipartisan, looking for a republican. >> chuck hagel would be a great choice as well. >>> fast forward four years. quickly, yesterday we had "time" magazine here, he had hillary as the first person talking about running in 2016. i'm getting word from florida jeb is already cranking up his 2016 presidential campaign. 25 years later, is the new way forward and the new century? >> bush and clinton. >> bush v. clinton? >> the families are pretty close these days. >> right. >> president actually does -- president clinton does appearances with president bush. and i saw one. it was actually fun. they had a tough debate over health care. it was almost like a huge flashback in front of a bunch of corporate executives. that's not unimage nabl. i would say the chances of hillary runing are increasing. my sense of what people think who are on the inside is that it's above 50% now. >> wow. all right, joe. thank you so much. it's always great to see you. josh green, thank you, as well. your cover story with that extra
kerry winning in the basket. -- in nebraska. you saw chuck hagel embrace -- endorse him. that could be one that comes out of nowhere. guest: pennsylvania will be a surprise on the republican side. i do not expect the presidential race to go in romney's direction. in the senate race, i can see the republican easily win. host: from south carolina on the democrats' line. caller: hi. i am concerned about the experimental software that has been loaded and half of the counties in ohio. i worked as a systems analyst. it would be so easy to have something that would go in and slip votes to where they wanted it to be and you raise any evidence of having been there. i feel 100% that obama would win in a fair election, i am concerns about whether there will be a fair election. host: thank you for the call. every two or four years, we get these calls. what is the process? how are votes tabulated and how are they check and cross checked? guest: from everything i have seen, the civil servants in these states take their jobs seriously. they have a whole bunch of double checks to make sure things l
. chief of staff jack lew will most likely head to the treasury. former senator chuck hagel is under consideration for secretary of defense and some top officials that could go include hillary clinton leon panetta and ken salazar. more bill after the break. stay with us. we'll be right back. >>oh really? >>tax cuts don't create jobs. the golden years as the conservatives call them, we had the highest tax rates, and the highest amount of growth, and the highest amount of jobs. those are facts. >>"if you ever raise taxes on the rich, you're going to destroy our economy." not true! >> announcer: broadcasting across the nation, on your radio and on current tv, this is the "bill press show." >> bill: president obama is back in the white house. guess what. he's going to stay there for the next four years. hello, everybody. still with a big smile on our face and still celebrating this big victory from tuesday with all of you. we're coming to you live from our nation's capital. i expected the president to hold a news conference today.
former senator chuck hagel say nice things about bob kerrey who was re-running in nebraska, i thought, what in it be an interesting choice for the president to make? someone who was a longtime member of the foreign relations committee and who is very smart and diplomatic, which obviously have to be for the job. that is just me speculating. but for what it is worth. >> i have a question. i continue to be just dumbfounded that senator mcconnell made the statement about his number one priority to be to deny obama a second term. not that he would think that, but he would say it. two questions -- why do you think it did not get even more play by the dems, and secondly, on the hill, among the republicans, were there people saying why in the world did you say that? it seemed like such an unsmart thing to say to me. >> that was a moment when even i was like, i can't believe he said it, too. but as i recall -- and please correct me -- i am pretty sure he said its suit the conservative crowd, either at the heritage foundation or isn't like that and he may have felt -- obviously it was public an
, a republican such as former senator chuck hagel, for example. that's just one name i've heard bandied about. or you could put that person at cia. although the talk is that john brennan, the current homeland security adviser, is the man who could get cia if he wants it. but there's no knowledge about whether or not he wants it. and if he doesn't take it, mike morrell, the current acting director is considered the shoo-in for that job, wolf. >> he's got a full treasury secretary as well. there's speculation that jack lew could get that position. jessica, there'll be a lot of shuffling going on over at the white house. thanks very much. >> thanks, wolf. >>> the david petraeus scandal is complicating attempts by congress to investigate the attack on the u.s. consulate in bengha benghazi, libya. we'll tell you what's going on in a closed-door meeting on capitol hill, next. come on frank how long have we known each other? go to e-trade. they got killer tools man. they'll help you nail a retirement plan that's fierce. two golden crowns. you realize the odds of winning are the same as being mauled
of the longtime republican senate whip, and by chuck hagel, the former republican senator from nebrask and i think from jack daned forth other former republican senator from missouri. >> scott brown is another who lost. joe breesh man is out of the senate of his own free will. >> ifill: but bob kerry moved away from his state for some time, was president of the new york university. his wife wrote an op-ed in which she criticized nebraska. he was not welcomed back to nebraska with open arms. >> and she was a nebraskan. you have dick cavett, johnny carson, and bob kerry. >> it's become a redder state. can i go back to florida? we're seeing numbers out of the miami-dade county, and they're good for obama. the huge hispanic turnout there and particularly huge non-cuban latino turnout. >> ifill: the growing latino population. >> woodruff: is it more than 84%? >> i was just beginning to look. miami-dade took a while to come in and obama outperfor ago. >> ifill: that takes us back to something we touched on during the evening and we probably should come back to it again the power of the latino vote, and
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